Entries tagged with ‘Political Science’

Lissie Artley ’25

“The Political Science Department has improved my writing and critical thinking skills, both of which I will be able to apply to future careers in or out of the political world.” Lissie chose to major in Political Science in addition to a History major, saying, “I have always been interested in bettering my understanding of […]

Ivan Scarpino Korb ’24

“I feel that the classes are always presented in a non biased format even when professors may have their own respective opinions when teaching about curriculum.” Choosing to come to Gustavus solely for the football program, Ivan did not have an intended major when he first started classes. However, after taking Political and Legal Thinking […]

Zoe Jesh ’24

“Not only have the Political Science faculty provided me with valuable information, but they have taught me how to use my personal strengths toward my professional development and provided me with a network of Gustie alumni to reach out to.” Zoe was drawn to a major in Political Science due to an interest in understanding […]

Claire Lind ’24

“There is an overarching effort to develop our own understandings of political and social issues through being exposed to perspectives that might differ from our own.” Claire was drawn to a major in Political Science since the beginning of her college career as someone who is passionate about social justice and advocacy. Her First-Term Seminar […]

Regina Olono Vidales ’22

“From zero public speaking experience to the commencement podium, serving on Student Senate changed the trajectory of Vidales’ life: I Found a Voice.” “If you don’t speak up for what you want, it’s not going to happen. So you have to speak up for the things that you care about.” When Vidales started at Gustavus, […]